It is fifteen years since Mike Tyson retired from boxing, sat on his stool, part way through his fight with Kevin McBride.
Nobody thought that they would see him in the ring again from that moment on.
But 'Iron Mike' is back with a bang, as he takes on Roy Jones Jr this weekend in a mega money exhibition fight.
For Tyson, however, his life has changed significantly since the last time he was between the ropes.
In typical fashion, he's not shied away for a quiet life.
With that in mind, ahead of his comeback fight, we take a look at some of the iconic moments that have given Tyson the reputation that he has today...
Mitch Green and Tyson fought in the ring at Madison Square Garden in 1986, but two years later, the pair’s rivalry escalated.
They ended up scrapping it out in an early-morning street fight, of which Tyson recalled on his Hotboxin' With Mike Tyson podcast: "He [Green] started talking and saying, 'What the f**k you doing in my hood, n****r?' Then it was on from there.
"Right in the street [we fought]. Real quick.He was just talking a lot and I really thought he was grabbing for my pockets, so I pulled my pockets out because if he ripped my pants all the money would fall and I wouldn't have a chance to get my money so I'd have to fight this cat right and then my money is to the wolves.
"So, anyway, that's just when I started punching him. I dropped him a couple of times, but he was high on angel dust [PCP] so he kept getting back up!
"Just like Friday the 13th f*****g Michael Myers s**t! Boom, I knock him out cold! He keeps getting back up. I'm like, 'f**k!'"
Tyson was infamously convicted of rape in 1992 and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The judge suspended the last four years, though, before he was ultimately released on parole after just three years.
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Three Bengal tigers were previously owned by Tyson as he kept the wild cats as pets.
The trio were named Storm, Boris and Kenya, with the latter spending 16 years alongside Tyson.
Black and white beauty Kenya even slept with him as Iron Mike kept her in his room.
Kenya was bought while Tyson was behind bars and cost him a reported $71,000 at the time.
The former heavyweight champion of the world even confessed he would have to punch his tigers to keep them in line because of the danger they posed.
Tyson was ultimately forced to sell his tigers after Kenya ripped a woman’s arm off in a horrific accident.
Back in the late 80s, Tyson once sensationally offered a zookeeper £9,000 to let him fight a silverback gorilla.
The encounter even came during a romantic night out with his ex.
He suddenly got the idea during a private stroll of the zoo with then wife Robin Givens as they approached the ape enclosure and spotted a dominant alpha male bullying the rest of the submissive group.
Tyson later revealed: “I offered the attendant $10,000 to open the cage and let me smash that silverback's snotbox! He declined.”
Tyson celebrated his 30th birthday with US President Donald Trump at a raucous party with his “19 girlfriends” at his 52-room mansion.
Iron Mike, who earned more than £500m from his fights during his illustrious boxing career, had many high-profile acquaintances.
His 52-room mansion included a nightclub was used to host a massive party for his 30th, with some big-name guests.
Reflecting on the event, he said: “Everyone from Oprah to Donald Trump to Jay-Z to street pimps and their h*** were there. There was a guy hand-rolling cigars.”
Drugs and bankruptcy
Tyson recovered from bankruptcy with the help of Hollywood roles and a cannabis farm.
It did not take the former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world long to blow his estimated £320m fortune.
The boxer – who has been married three times and fathered seven children - filed for bankruptcy in 2003 after having around £18m of debt.
Tyson spent millions on cars, with his collection including a Cadillac Escalade and Hummer H2, as well as a rare Lamborghini LM002 worth £140,000.
Elsewhere, he forked out on luxury mansions in Connecticut and Nevada, and also loved his jewellery.
After retiring though, he started pursuing other ventures, mostly in Hollywood. He made cameos and had small parts in a few films before he hit it big in The Hangover.
His small role in that movie was so well-received that it allowed him to get more roles in other Hollywood productions.
He now has his own marijuana ranch where he grows and sells his own brand of weed and weed products.
On The Tyson Ranch, he also hosts his own podcast that’s called Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson.
Tyson saw off Lou Savarese in less than a minute at Hampden Park in 2000 with the legendary champion admitting he had taken drugs before the controversial bout.
He won in just 38 seconds, though he was later fined £125,000 for not obeying the referee's instructions.
Tyson had knocked Savarese down with the first meaningful punch he threw, with his opponent looking shaken as he returned to his feet.
Just seconds later, referee John Coyle stepped in to stop the fight though Tyson continued fighting with the official knocked down.
Tyson admitted in his autobiography to using "blow" and "pot" before the Savarese fight, adding: "I had to use my whizzer, which was a fake penis where you put in someone else's urine to pass your drug test."
Great white fight
Tyson is preparing for not only his return to the ring but to take on “Jaws” as he fights a great white shark on the Discovery Channel.
A trailer was released on the boxing legend’s Instagram channel ahead of the summer hit Shark Week, with the event taking place on August 9.
The clip showed Iron Mike punching through a surfboard and lifting up a shark cage.
And a cheeky reference was made to his own shark-like behaviour in the ring, saying: “Someone’s going to get bitten!”